2001. Type of document: Draft rivo id number: 109 Aarts, P. G. Guidelines for Programmes Psychosocial and Mental Health Care Assistance in (Post) Disaster and Conflict Areas. Draft. 2001




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De plus de plus d'enfants dans le monde vivent dans des contextes de violence. Cette étude narrative critique se penche sur les connaissances et le vécu en rapport à la santé ainsi que la rélation entre celle-ci et la violence. L'échantillon, composé d'enfants de 10 à 17 ans, était divisé en 2 groupes: les enfants qui ont vécu la guerre et ceux dont la mère a été battue. Même s'ils ne vivaient plus en situation de violence, les participants avaient encore à relever une myriade de défis physiques et émotionnels en rapport à leur santé. Enfin, cet article traite des stratégies d'intervention à court et à long terme.

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A model that can be used to plan for disaster intervention services is presented. The model, which is based upon an ability to classify disasters, presents for dichotomous categories for intervention: (1) psychotherapeutic vs. educational, (2) individual vs. systems, (3) prevention vs. treatment, and (4) direct vs. indirect. The article presents a rationale for determining which intervention, or combination, would be appropriate for any given diaster, based on its classification.

RIVO ID Number: 207


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The focus of this study is "attitudes and experiences of physicians regarding human rights violations".

Dans ce but il a été appliqué un questionnaire, 30 questions à choix multiple, aux médecins faisant travaillant à l'École de médecine de l'Université de Kocaeli et appelés souvent à faire des rapports médico-légales. Deux tiers des médecins (100/153) ont répondu. Une conclusion importante de l'étude est que les professeurs manquent de connaissance suffisante en ce que concerne les violations des droits humains et dans la préparation des rapports medico-legales. Enfin, des commentaires interessants sur le role du médecin en rapportant les effets de la torture son inclus dans l'article.

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De nombreux changements se sont produits dans la façcon dont les forces armées canadiennes traitent les incidents stressants qui touchent le personnel militaire. Le stress éprouvé par les toupes canadiennes envoyées outremet dans des missions de maintien de la paix est une des raisons de changements. Selon un médecin militaire, les médecins civils devraient être au courant de la possibilité d'un stress post-traumatique chez les reservistes qui reviennent de mission de maintien de la aix. Cette facon d'envisager le traitement se démarque clairement des méthodes utilisées au cours des deux guerres mondiales.

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Post-traumatic stress disorder may follow combat stresss or civilian psychological traumata. In 25 retrospectively studied patients, symptoms were severe in terms of number of DSM-III items fulfilled, chronicity, and severity of psychosocial disability. antidepressants had good ormoderate results in 67% cases treated, but major tranquilisers were much less effective; response to drug treatment was not clearly related to somatisation symptoms, significant depression, or panic attacks. Pharmacotherapy appared to have had a positive impact on psychotherapy in 70% of cases

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Blum, H. P. (2004). Psychic Trauma and Traumatic Object Loss. Living with Terror, Working with Trauma: 7.

Psychoanalysis began with the concept of psychic trauma, which was subsequenly not clearly differenciated from traumatic object loss or from unconscious conflict and fantasy. Psychic trauma is investigated in relation to unconscious conflict, with an without concurrent object loss. The syndromes of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), uncomplicated by object loss; of traumatic bereavement; and of relatively nontraumatic bereavement are all different, yet often interwoven and inseparable. The significance of the loss, sociocultural factors, and group process influence the individual responses to trauma and traumatic bereavement. There are specific neurobiological, as well as, psychological sequelae of traumatic experience. Clinical applications are noted.

RIVO ID Number: 912


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One year after receiving a diagnosis of posttraumatic stress disorder, five of 12 Cambodian concentration camp survivors who entered a treatment program no longer met the diagnostic criteria for the disorder, and symptoms in three others had improved. The intrusive symptoms of nightmares, sleep disorders, and startle reactions showed the most consitent improvement. Avoidance behavior, shame, and caring for other improved the least. The authors advocate use of tricyclic antidepressant medication and a consistent, supportive long-term psychotherapeutic commitment in treating this severely traumatized groupé.

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The effects of the treatment of troture survivors at the Rehabilitation and research Centre for Torture Survivors (RCT) are manifested in threemajor areas - psychological, somatic, and social.

RIVO ID Number: 398


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RIVO ID Number: 407


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RIVO ID Number: 232


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When treating refugees and asylum seekers, the situation very often arises that there is no common language in which therapy can be carried out. In these cases it is necessary to introduce an interpreter. The obvious advantage is using an interpreter is that refugees who have only recently arrived in the host country can receive treatment quickly. In this chapter, less obvious advantages as well as possible difficulties with using interpreters during treatment will be hghlighted

RIVO ID Number: 972


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RIVO ID Number: 27


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RIVO ID Number: 618


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RIVO ID Number: 448


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The persistent distress that can be suffered by many trauma survivors has led to unprecedented attention on creating was to prevent this distress. Much of this attention has focused on early interventions with people who are high risk for developing long-term disorders. This chapter reviews recent developments in the early identfication of people who are high risk for posttraumatic stress disorder (ASD) diagnosis as a marker of people who require early intervention. The review then proceeds to outline the major developments in assessment and treatment of people with ASD, and provides practical guidelines for managing people in the acute phase after trauma.

RIVO ID Number: 952


Buress, A. W. and L. L. HOLMSTROM (1979). “Rape: disclosure to parental family members.”: 255-268.

RIVO ID Number: 747


Burgess, A. W. and L. HOLMSTROM (1974). “Rape trauma syndrome.” American Journal of Psychiatry 131(9): 981-986.

RIVO ID Number: 748


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RIVO ID Number: 716


Burnett, A. and M. Peel (2001). What brings asylum seekers to the United Kingdom?, BMJ 2001. 2001.

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Burnett, A. and M. Peel (2001). Health needs of asylum seekers and refugees. 2001.

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Burnett, A. and M. Peel (2001). The health of survivors of torture and organised violence. 2001.

Type of document: web page

RIVO ID Number: 314


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RIVO ID Number: 173


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RIVO ID Number: 544


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Canadian Council for Refugees (CCR) (2000). Report on Systemic Racism and Discrimination in Canadian Refugee and Immigration POlicies. Montreal, CCR: 19.

Type of document: Report prepared for the UN World conference against racism, racial discrimination, xenophobia and related intolerance

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